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Ann Coulter: Mexicans Are More Deadly Than Sharks

Conservative author Ann Coulter over weekend compared shark attacks to Mexican immigrants, who she concluded were much more dangerous.

Conservative author Ann Coulter over weekend compared shark attacks to Mexican immigrants, who she concluded were much more dangerous.

During an interview on Fox News, Coulter argued that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's controversial assertion that immigrants were rapists had been vindicated because a because the suspect in a recent San Francisco killing was an undocumented immigrant who had been deported five times.

"I'm dying to know if Jeb Bush attacks Donald Trump for his comments the actual day [Kate Steinle] was murdered by an illegal immigrant or the next day," she quipped. "I'm gathering he won't be speaking at her funeral."

"You know, going into this weekend, the media was consumed with stories, Americans have to be on the lookout for ISIS attacks and terror attack expected, and oh, shark attacks," Coulter declared. "I will bet you by the end of the weekend, more Americans will have been killed by Mexicans than by ISIS or by sharks."

According to Coulter, the story of Steinle's death had not been "covered up" like most crimes committed by immigrants because it had happened in a liberal city.

"There are so many drunk driving accidents, so many Americans being killed and raped in places liberals don't go," she opined. "They just take the cheap labor."

Coulter argued that Republican candidates were making a mistake by campaigning to Latino voters because it was a lost cause.

"Whether its feminist, the abortion ladies, the gun hysterics, and now they are obsessed with getting the Hispanic vote," she explained. "It repeatedly doesn't work. And the most His-pandering president we ever had was George Bush, and it was 'Oh whoa, he got 40 percent of the Hispanic vote.' Well that's still losing."


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